Thursday Mar 6
Overnight storm hammers the Bay Area
KTVU meteorologist Steve Paulson said Danville got a third of inch of rain in just 10 minutes around 10:30 p.m. and lightning strikes were reported from Lake Berryessa to the East Bay.
Plan for rural broadband collapses
March 04--A $138 million initiative to extend high-speed Internet capacity to about 150,000 rural California households -- including 3,520 in Sonoma and Mendocino counties -- has collapsed, forcing advocates to start from scratch after nearly three years of planning.
Spay-a-thon aims at reducing the backlog
Scooby-Doo, a 3-year-old, brindle pit bull with a lustrous brown coat, was one of 100 larger dogs neutered this weekend as part of a low-cost spay-a-thon held in west Santa Rosa.
Rainy Weekend Wasn't Enough To Reverse Drought Situation
The parched Bay Area got a soaking over the weekend, but not enough to alleviate drought concerns, weather and state water officials said today.
Marin Independent Journal
Mt. Tam gets 21 inches of rain as three Marin reservoirs spill
Marin reservoirs were spilling Monday after a weekend deluge that dumped 20.86 inches on Mount Tamalpais, the wettest spot in the Bay Area.
Big weekend storm blows in
A powerful storm due this weekend arrived today with expectations of as much as 10 inches of much-needed rainfall in the northwestern Sonoma County hills and more than 4 inches onto the parched Santa Rosa plain.